Tag Archives: silhouettes

Silhouette Masterpiece Theatre

Created by artist, taxidermist, and all-around cool guy Wilhelm Staehle, Silhouette Masterpiece Theatre presents silhouetted figures (sometimes humans, sometimes animals) in occasionally prickly situations, coupled with witty (and often punny. Not “puny.” Punny.) text. Tickets to the Theatre are free. Here are some previews of what you can expect:

{ This one’s my favorite due to the Baudelairian Dandy reference. Of course. }

Follow Wilhelm Staehle on Twitter HERE.

Thanks once again to WeLoveTypography.com for introducing me to another fabulous artist!

French Friday: Ribambelles!

Nothing like the beauty of découpage to lead into a (much-deserved) long, holiday weekend. The following photos have been kindly borrowed from Agence Eureka’s Flickr set. These cutouts are so ridiculously cute, they kinda make me want to go home, put on my sweats, grab my scissors, sit under a blanket, and cut things up. In a non-violent manner, of course.

Enjoy!

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Felt Stationery from Something’s Hiding in Here

Adorable script and silhouettes on felt stationery from Something’s Hiding in Here’s Flickr stream:

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Visit the Something’s Hiding in Here blog HERE.